Sublime Design art prints are here!
If you’re following our Instagram then there’s no way you haven’t noticed our mention of a surprise collection, and I’m glad to announce it’s finally come to life.
This collection was mainly created and inspired by a color pallet. Lately I’ve been really moved by terra-cotta tones and blush tones. I’ve always been really drawn (haha get it?) to figure sketches, it was honestly my first path into art so I knew exactly how I wanted to execute this collection.
This recent collection displays a mixture of line drawings, figure sketches, and some pop art, which all seems to work cohesively together.
1. The Terra-cotta Pallet
Sherwin Williams' 2019 color of the year is Cavern Clay, which is a Southwest inspired tone. For those who want a more elemental, nature-inspired hue with a contemporary twist in their home, this creamy rust will truly shine.
2. The Minimalist Pallet
The minimalist movement has encouraged many modern homemakers to live a more clutter free, thoughtful life. With this, shades associated with minimalism–creams, beiges, and whites–are being incorporated into many home palettes. Cream shades with bolder, more colorful undertones are desired for their inherent simplicity that can be manipulated with different types of lighting. Here, see Benjamin Moore's Balboa Mist, a timeless cream that shifts richer or deeper with shadow and brightness.
3. The Blush Color Scheme
Pale pinks are prevailing in 2019 due to their neutral properties and compatibility with other shades. Interior designer Barbara Schmidtexplains that "Monochromatic colorways–like this pink desert sand shade–will be popular in 2019. It can be mixed with an abundance of white or a lemon yellow for the ideal look."
Millennial pink is a color of the (very recent) past. Now, softer shades like rosy neutrals and muted blushes, which reflect a spirituality, are being favored. Unlike millennial pink, these hues are less trendy and more timeless.
4. White Shades
There’s nothing more classic than an all white palette. And while pure white is a go-to for many homemakers, 2019 will be the year of “almost-whites.” These shades offer subtle nuances that adapt to different lighting, furniture, and surrounding colors. For those who crave a minimalist palette that still feels dynamic, an almost-white shade is the fool-proof choice.
5. Hunter Greens
According to interior designer Becky Shea, hunter greens are a great choice for 2019. "Hunter green holds a sultry and worldly value to it, it's intrinsic in nature and all of life. It's timeless in every respect, and works beautifully with natural elements and neutral tones. What we also love about this color is how seamlessly it transitions between millwork, walls, furniture and accessories. Its gender neutrality also holds a special place in my heart, there's no definition of a home feeling more masculine or feminine; it's the perfect balance of each," she says.
Deep greens that are inspired by (but not directly reflective of) nature will bring the healing properties of the outdoors into the home, without feeling overly arboreal. Here, PPG's color of the year "Night Watch" fills a room with a welcoming richness.
6. Rich and Bold
Here are those who don’t know the meaning of “less is more.” Passionate and eclectic, they have a calling to be unique. They embrace the details and create scene-stealing worlds that burst with beauty. The proof is in this palette that features bold pops of vivid color, maximum impact and lots of energy.
Design and art are independent coordinates that provide their greatest satisfactions when experienced simultaneously. –Milton Glaser
We pride ourselves in our use of custom art to accent our spaces. Artwork collaborates with other accessories and decor to create a visual story. Make sure images, moldings, and shelves all work together. Art is, and probably will forever be, an integral part of decorating and making a home. take a look at some of our artwork we have readily available, we also do custom prints upon request.
$450.00 - $1,250.00
'The Eye' found in The Canary House was inspired by mid century Japanese art, as was the space.
$450.00 - $1,250.00
This was inspired by old Camp Fuji photographs from the 1950's that displayed the beautiful mountain and surrounding areas of water.
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